Mar 13, 2009
Book written by: Edwin Mullins. New York : BlueBridge. 256 pages. Hardcover. ISBN 9781933346151. $24.95. September 2008.
Avignon is a city in southern France that in the 14th century became the seat of the Roman Catholic Church. Pope Clement V, who became pope in 1305 did not feel well-protected in Rome and decided to move to a safer city. Edwin Mullins tells about the 70-year history of the papacy in Avignon which includes seven popes and the two anti-popes.